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The most elaborate final meals in death row history

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Some death row inmates aren’t just famous for their heinous crimes, but their elaborate and odd final meals. From requests for 12 candy bars with ice …

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Every top summer song since 1958

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Lizzo, Harry Styles and Beyoncé may be topping this summer’s music charts, but the joyful songs of summer go way, waaaaaaay back. Do you know what …

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Why Elvis Presley is still making millions, 45 years after his death

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Elvis Presley may have died 45 years today, but you would never know it by looking at the data. According to the streaming service Spotify, he …

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Don’t let inflation spoil your kitchen renovation

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Maybe you’ve just bought a house, or maybe you’ve had your house for decades and love everything about it — except for the extremely outdated kitchen, …

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The real reason Sprite is ditching its green bottle

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After 60 years, Sprite, the popular lemon-lime soda from Coca-Cola, is getting a new look. The revamp? Swapping from its translucent green bottle to a clear …

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Considering selling your home to an ‘iBuyer’? Read this first

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An iBuyer is a tech-based real estate company that uses data analytics and algorithms to value homes and uses a huge war chest of investor funds to buy …

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These genius tips will save you both time & money

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You know the saying that nothing in life is certain except death and taxes? There’s another pair of sure things in every life: time and money. …

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Nut-free lunchbox snacks perfect for back-to-school

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Nut allergies are a fast-growing portion of the population.  Some 32 million Americans are affected by allergies in some way, and a large portion of those …

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The most welcoming cities in the world

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From the picturesque town of Bruges, Belgium to the sun and the sand of Nusa Lembongan in Indonesia, Booking.com’s list of Most Welcoming Cities on Earth …

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How to financially survive a layoff

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When you are out of work, it can be difficult to navigate this new financial reality. It’s a surprisingly common occurrence, however: In a recent month, …

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Is yet another fed rate hike coming? Money pro weighs in

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  Returns were positive across most asset classes in July, a welcome development after a tough June. Interest rates declined broadly on fears of a downturn, …

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Health care is most expensive in these 20 US cities

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  The U.S. spent an all-time high of $4.1 trillion on health care in 2020, representing almost 20% of the gross domestic product. Unlike other countries, the …

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The ultimate guide to buying a first home in Texas

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  Everything about Texas is big, including the housing market. The second largest state (behind Alaska) and the second most populous (behind California) has seen enormous …

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Feeling exhausted? Here’s what could be missing

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Feeling tired may have nothing to do with not getting enough sleep. There are seven different kinds of rest that you need. Each one requires unique …

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Does your health insurance cover abortion?

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  The Supreme Court on Friday overturned Roe v. Wade, ending the constitutional right to abortion. Twenty-six states are likely to ban abortion care as a result. In …

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The best short- and long-term investments right now

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  By the end of 2021, the S&P 500 had risen 26.61% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average had grown by 18.65%. For those who had …

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The biggest lottery payouts in US history

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  A single ticket purchased in Chicago suburb Des Plaines won the $1.337 billion Mega Millions jackpot in a July drawing. The winning ticket was purchased at a …

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15 horrible money moves & how to overcome them

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While bad financial decisions can set you back, it’s important to remember that mistakes can also be an opportunity to learn and grow. While you can’t …

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American savings are dwindling on inflation worries

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  Many Americans are increasingly fearful that the economy is approaching a recession. For many, that means it’s time to start saving again. The latest MagnifyMoney …

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This career will see huge growth as Boomers age

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  The U.S. is expected to experience an increase in demand for medical care — a trend that will be shaped by a demographic shift some …

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Crab-infused whiskey exists. Here’s why you need to try it

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  Invasive species threaten native species by crowding them out or taking over much of the available resources the native species need to survive. While experts …

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World’s highest grossing retailers (no, Amazon isn’t at the top)

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Walmart is the top-selling company in the world, turning over around $573 billion in annual revenue. This is according to the Statista company database Company DB. The company in second …

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Job hunting? 12 tips for your next Zoom interview

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  Congratulations — you’ve submitted your resume (and maybe a cover letter, too), and now you’ve landed a Zoom interview. The interview is a crucial part of …

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These global airports had the most delayed flights this summer

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Although international air travel has bounced back faster than expected from the pandemic, the industry is still yet to fully recover following all of the staffing shortages …

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Want to change careers? 5 critical first steps

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  It’s always difficult when you feel like you’ve hit a dead end in your career. Maybe you’re no longer challenged by what you do and …

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Multiple IRAs: What you need to know

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  Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) are a great way to save and invest for retirement. One of the biggest advantages of IRAs is that they are …

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Bought a home with undisclosed flaws? Sue the inspector, not the seller

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  Your new home has a septic tank instead of being connected to the sewer. Or, something ominous is lurking underneath your floorboards, like termites, rodents …

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Cheesy gouda scalloped potatoes

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  Cheesy scalloped potatoes – An oh-so-creamy, indulgent potato side dish with fresh thyme, earthy garlic, rich gouda, parmesan, and thinly sliced Yukon gold potatoes. No …

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10 expenses that new homebuyers often forget to budget for

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After you purchase a new home, there are many things to budget for, such as moving costs, new furniture, and of course, ongoing expenses such as …

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Here’s what Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan could look like

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  Ahead of the 2020 election, President Joe Biden made student loan forgiveness a focus of his campaign. On Wednesday, his administration moved forward with plans …